Batman: Li'l Gotham #11

Writer: Derek Fridolfs, Dustin Nguyen Artist: Dustin Nguyen Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 15, 2013 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Michael Moccio Feb 12, 2014

    Li'l Gotham remains completely different from The New 52, and remains one of its strongest traits. It gives readers who miss characters like Colin and Talia an opportunity to experience them once more, and, because Nguyen and Fridolfs keep their fans so close in mind when composing these issues, the authors make Li'l Gotham one of the best books on the market. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Marlene Bonnelly Feb 13, 2014

    The writing is clever and accessible by all ages, too, which makes this a perfect book for comic beginners and veterans alike. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin May 21, 2013

    Batman: Li'l Gotham #11 was another highly entertaining entry in what is easily the best comic that DC Comics is currently publishing. Though the lack of other Batman Family members was disappointing it was fun to see Damian Wayne carry this Mother's Day story. This issue had a very different tone to it than previous Li'l Gotham issues. Instead of just focusing on the comedic antics of the Batman cast this one mixed humor with some very touching moments about a kid and his parents. The heartwarming payoff at the end worked because Damian was the focus for this issue, as he is given a true family moment with Batman and Talia that he always wanted. If you're a Batman fan Batman: Li'l Gotham #11 is a must to have on your iPad, iPhone, Android or whatever other device that you have Comixology available on. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Batman-News - Andrew Asberry Feb 14, 2014

    Issue #28 features two very memorable Li'l Gotham episodes packed to the brim with bat-references that die-hard fans of the mythology will recognize. The art is just as lovely as ever and there are some good laughs to be found. The only real flaw to it is that the ideas behind these two stories were too big to fit within the number of pages allotted and so each feels rushed in its pacing. Read Full Review

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